Although, in retrospect, it might not have been a good idea to glue real octopus legs to my face. I demanded that they return to my original healthy recipe, but they refused, and because they owned it, there was nothing I could DO. I saw a Norwegian documentary about a researcher using sound waves to control penguins' movements. Ghost gig got me 3 hots and a cot, but I got tired of taking a back seat, don't you know. I then created the ruse with the Guinea pigs; sewing each of their tiny costumes by hand, using the actual vintage fabrics of their real life counterparts just to throw you off track. Once that was accomplished, I could go after the real ingredients I needed to find. Next, a stone piercing industrial-grade diamond drill bit. (The tape ends.)Ed: The curse of the haunted treasure, an ancient fortune left behind by the conquistadors that first settled this area. And I booby-trapped the whole house in ways that would prey upon their weaknesses. I used the conduit to sneak in and put the costume on.
They did give us a rare glimpse at their private lives in a sweet Twitter snap SMG shared in March — but that's not the only memorable photo of the duo.
"It took a village." PHOTOS: Sarah Michelle Gellar and other stars' TV comebacks With a loving husband, two beautiful children and a new TV show premiering this fall, Gellar is counting her blessings.
"I feel like I've already accomplished so much in life that everything else is kind of gravy," she tells Wonderwall.
This Scooby Doo movie was a bit light on the Actual Scooby Doo.
Whether it was just too hard to act with an imaginary dog, or too expensive to animate him into every scene, the gang spends a lot of time with out Scooby.